World Mental Health Day: Do these 3 pranayamas daily to get rid of mental diseases, you will get relief from stress and depression
Pranayama For Mental Health: Yoga and Pranayama have many health benefits; From relieving constipation to the treatment of neurological disorders. You probably know that yoga can help calm your mind, but did you know that pranayama can improve your mental health as well. Read this article and learn how Pranayama can boost your mental health and help you to overcome anxiety and stress.
According to experts, the practice of Pranayama is to promote better mental health. It encourages self-sufficiency with being acceptable, accessible. Pranayama is an individual health promotion practice that can be done singly or in groups. Pranayama should be promoted in workplaces, schools and other group places.
Yoga and Pranayama are no proven remedies to cure the mental illness completely, but for those who do it regularly, it promotes a greater understanding of inner peace and reduces symptoms of mental illnesses. Today, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, we are telling you about 3 such pranayamas that will help improve your mental health, at the same time it will provide peace by reducing your mental stress, anxiety, depression.
The word ॐ (om) is made up of three letters. It is known to be effective for all parts of the body along with the brain. It can be chanted along with performing Padmasana, Sukhasana and Vajrasana. This causes the brain to vibrate like a whirlpool, oxygen levels begin to recover and memory is developed. Do this 3,5 or 7 times. Can increase this number!
This pranayama is for the development of the brain. According to yoga guru Amit Singh, so far the memory of many children has been improved through Bhramari Pranayama. Close the eyes with the rest of the fingers while closing the ear with your thumbs. After this, take a deep breath and while exhaling, sound the echo of the bhangra. Can do this action continuously, can do it 10, 15 or 20 times.
Pronunciation of m (म् )
To do this pranayama, first of all, close the eyes and breathe in and chant M as you exhale. After this, the whole body will be relaxed. You can also do this regularly. Watch the video to know more about these pranayamas in detail.